Single-stage Double Suction Pump Brief Introduction
Application of Single-stage Double Suction Pump
It is mainly used to transport liquid, such as clean water or liquid with physicochemical properties similar to clean water in power stations, municipal water projects, building, fire-fighting works, mines and other industries.
Operating Condition of Single-stage Double Suction Pump
Discharge dimension: 150-1600mm.
Working temperature:≤80℃, if more than 80℃, pump should be with cooling system.
- Q:Is it safe to use Bar's Leaks Cooling System Water Pump Lube?
- IF you've been running the car like that AND IF the car overheated then your P0303 IS related assuming the head gasket is blown at your #3 Cylinder. water /antifreeze will cause a misfire. as for the Bars leak thing. regardless if it seals or nor whatever amount not used to seal the WP will lodge somewhere else. Ask me how I know :-( if the car is salvageable don't wait, have it fixed. if you keep running the car like that you will cause more damage than what you can afford to fix later on. I have a car sitting in the driveway which used one of those engine block sealer(bad head gasket) the intake manifold water connector leading to the heater system was clogged up with the residual chemical not used to seal the head gasket, and must I say it did not worked. you might get away with it, but like I said the remaining product will end up somewhere else. your call.
- Q:2002 ford ranger water pump is stuck?
- if all the bolts are out then take a rubber hammer and tap on it. it,s probably stuck on the gasket.
- Q:30kW what is the flow rate of the pump?
- There are many kinds of pumps, so it's difficult to answer you with a 30KW pump.
- Q:Overheating problems... radiator? thermostat? water pump? head gasket?
- You need head gaskets. Compression from the cylinders is getting into the cooling system.
- Q:How do i know if my water pump went out in my car?
- sounds like Low water level and a possible head gasket failure from over heating!( low water levels do this) you may? be very lucky and simply have a stuck thermostat or faulty filler cap. ( keeps system pressures correct ) try replacing filler cap as very cheap, also before doing so run engine with full water cooling system with cap off for a minute or two and have somebody rev the engine a few times. we should!! see some water flow across the filler section under filler cap. this will be sign the water pump is working. no flow is possible pump failure. in order of likely hood will be 1) head gasket failure 2) water pump failure 3) filler cap failure.
- Q:WATER PUMP REPLACEMENT?
- It depends on the make of the car. Some Hondas and Meesoshitties require replacement of the timing belt whenever it is removed due to stress factors and crap. So it is always a good idea to go ahead and do since on a lot of front wheel drive cars you will have everything off in front of the timing belt anyways. So might as well do it right? Better that than end up on the freeway with a snapped timing belt. Not fun.
- Q:Gunked up water pump?
- Appears your cooling system has not been flushed for years thus the build-up of slime, (seems maybe even 'dry-slime'). The cooling system should be flushed clean, a new water pump and gaskets installed.
- Q:How is water pumped out of the ground?
- (1) Identify your potential water source through various methods. (2) Drill a small exploratory hole to different depths, test water pressure and water quality. (3) Drill the complete borehole for production and retrieval of the groundwater. (4) Complete the physical well, will a sheath to allow in the water at the wanted levels, solid pluge to keep other levels out. (5) Insert a chemical and physical filter system (small screen membranes, activate charcoal and diatomaceous earth, etc.) (6) Put in the submersible pump and plug it in. (7) The pump is made up of a motor, an intake and a centrifugal pump. It's all sealed so no water can penetrate through. The water is suctioned into the centrifugal pump, which is an impeller type device. The water is then pushed out at a much higher pressure rate than it came in. This is how the pump works from the bottom instead of above ground. The water is sent to the pressure tank, sometimes referred to as a holding tank, and is kept at a constant pressure, so when you turn on your faucet or shower, the water comes out quickly. As you use the water, more water is pumped into the tank and as the pressure drops in the tank, it will automatically come on and pressurize again.
- Q:hot water circulation pump suck water from a pluged pipe and pump water through storage water heater to rooms?
- Hey Gamel..Lets see if i got this question right..You have a circulation pump in a hot water line. this line is a closed loop when no faucets are on. When you let the system circulate for a while say during the day there seems to be a build up of pressure in the storage tank. You were wondering if a plugged loop in the hot water line would cause a dramatic water pressure increase.. the answer is YES..but NOT from the PUMP..the type of pump most people have requires that flow through the impeller be available at all times or two things will happen !. it will cavitate (that's a gurgling sound at the pump) or 2. It will only beat the water that is in the pump and no flow will be apparent. Either one of these though could be a symptom of a plugged hot water line in the loop. Here is what happens to increase the pressure apparent.. The water on the loop is pressurized from the storage tank to the pump then out to the loop .If the loop is terminated and air gets into the end of the line next to the restriction the outside water pressure is acting like a piston compressing the air that air reacts the same as it would in any compressor and can reach higher than normal operating conditions. If you will find the plug and install an expansion bladder in the highest part of your line your flow ,pressure and noise problems will stop...Good luck with the search...From the E
- Q::::::::::::Bad Water Pump Maybe..help please:::::::?
- the water pump some times whine when it goes out.the radiator could be plugged.when running sqeeze the top hose to make sure its ciculating.this will let you know if its the water pump is out or not.
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